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A Non-clinical approach to wholesome and engaging dialogue for improved mental well-being.

"speak your mind"


"celebrate !"




"LOL about it"

"Share experiences"




"Well-being is Related to Having Less Small Talk and More Substantive Conversations"

Matthias R. Mehl , University of Arizona

What is Convotherapy?

Conversational (convo) therapy is a non-clinical form of therapy that focuses on providing emotional support and guidance through casual conversations. Unlike traditional therapy, it does not involve formal sessions or a therapist-client relationship. Instead, it aims to create a safe and comfortable space for individuals to express their thoughts, feelings, and concerns to a compassionate listener. Non-clinical conversational therapy can be conducted by trained professionals or even by friends or family members who possess good listening skills. This type of therapy can be beneficial for those who are hesitant to seek professional help or who simply need someone to talk to. It can provide a sense of relief, validation, and connection, allowing individuals to gain a fresh perspective on their problems and find solace in sharing their experiences.

two women sitting beside table and talking
two women sitting beside table and talking

My Approach

Due to my extensive experience in adult healthcare, I have become highly adaptable in having conversations with individuals from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and age groups. Over the years, I have developed a deep understanding and appreciation for the unique needs and perspectives of people from various walks of life. This has enabled me to effectively communicate and connect with individuals from all walks of life. Moreover, my experience has taught me to approach conversations with empathy, understanding, and patience, regardless of age or cultural differences. I firmly believe that fostering open and respectful dialogue is crucial in improving holistic mental-wellbeing, and I strive to create a safe and inclusive environment for all individuals I interact with.

photo of two man and one woman standing near tree
photo of two man and one woman standing near tree

"Subjective listening is key, to walking in your shoes"

And let's not forget

The Benefits of Convotherapy

Non-clinical Convotherapy offers a range of benefits for individuals seeking comprehensive mental and emotional healing. Through open and empathetic communication, this holistic therapy approach aims to address the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit. By considering all aspects of a person's well-being, conversational therapy offers a more holistic and integrative solution compared to traditional and clinical psychotherapy methods. It encourages individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a safe and non-judgmental space. This form of therapy can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and achieve personal growth and transformation. Additionally, it promotes self-discovery and empowers individuals to take control of their own well-being. Overall, Convotherapy can provide a wholesome healing experience for those seeking a more relaxed and organics approach to their mental and emotional well-being.

brown concrete building during daytime
brown concrete building during daytime

About the Therapist

Hi there, I'm Takanaka. I am the founder of Convotherapy and the website

Socialization is a human right and in a post-covid world that has forever been changed , there has never been a greater need for human interaction such as now. With mental health issues on the increase and no longer classified as just affecting the clinically disadvantaged, Convotherapy seeks to alleviate the effects of isolation among everyday individuals seeking an outlet for expression and organic interaction by encouraging wholesome dialogue with empathetic, trained Convotherapists.

Having worked directly with patients as a Health Care Professional for a total of 7 years, I saw the impact of conversation upon isolated individuals in care homes. With these observations, I saw a greater need in the wider world.

Living in an individualistic western society such as the U.K., meant that more and more people suffered extended periods without basic human interaction and this includes professionals such as Nurses and Doctors. Friends and families also exhibited struggles of isolation and the vulnerable in society were the most affected especially those without access to technologies.

Convotherapy therefore seeks to restore traditional face to face interaction amongst people through trained listening, and talking ears this time around.


BTEC Health Sciences - National Diploma (UK)

HealthCare Assistant

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